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- n. Plural form of helter-skelter.
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I did not; hutch prefers to think of helter-skelters as something that happens, on the whole, to other people.
We spent a very happy couple of hours wandering around the Tate Modern and sniggering at the exhibits - I think I must lack the Modern Art Gene or something, because I just Don't Get It at all, although it was kind of cool to see a Maleevitch, Duchamp's urinal and a couple of Warhols in the flesh that I'd only ever seen in photos - and she tried out Karsten Holler's helter-skelters.
I always find particular amusement in these helter-skelters, caused by a sudden storm.
I always find particular amusement in these helter-skelters, caused by